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Suzanne88 Texas 17 posts
21st Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly-Ann Louise:</b>" Don't move in to his mothers house unless you are willing to make your relationship you+him+mother, because ... [snip!] ... it goes both ways. Just be cautious, and dont let yourself get trapped, like in a permanant lease in your name for example.."</blockquote>




Thank you for your advice :)

Karina amaya :D California 58 posts
21st Jan '13

Been there, done that. Find your OWN place. Even if your mother in law is great, like mine was. I don't recommend it. Don't rush into anything and don't move in together until BOTH of you are able to have your own place. We all want out own place with our SO and out kids, we can walk around in our undies, wait to wash the dishes tommorow, blast your music, shower whatever time. Grab anything from the fridge without feeling weird about it. There is nothing like your own home.

Tasha & Nika Due December 22 (boy); 1 child; San Jose, CA, United States 16027 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Suzanne88:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Tasha & Nika:</b>" Does he want you to move in? Do his parents ... [snip!] ... out from our parents home. And his parents do like me, there is no intention at all for me to move-in to his parents home."


I don't think you made that clear in your original post, as everyone understood that you're thinking of moving in with him and his parents..

flip off 2 kids; Forks, Washington 1490 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:" <blockquote><b>Quoting flip off:</b>" There's not a lot of people who are able to ... [snip!] ... who pays your way however does. People just think that in hard times having toys is more important than self sufficiency."


No I mean literally on their own. Not a lot of people are able to get a decent job enough to where they can truly live on their own. I wouldn't be able to. I would either need a room mate or live with family. Right now I live with my bf but I would never be able to truly support myself....sadly

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49254 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting flip off:" No I mean literally on their own. Not a lot of people are able to get a decent job enough to where they ... [snip!] ... need a room mate or live with family. Right now I live with my bf but I would never be able to truly support myself....sadly"


I consider roommate or significant others supporting oneself I guess.